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Purposeful Dawah

If proving God’s existence is the correct dawah, then Iblees should be the first Muslim. Not only did he believe in Him, he talked to Him directly. 1,931 more words

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Raising a Muslim child in the 21st Century – Shaykh Akram Nadwi حفظه الله

When a child is born, a father and mother are born.

  • Before improving the child, we must improve ourselves as fathers and mothers, which, in turn, improves the child.
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Ummah in Crisis – Shaykh Akram Nadwi حفظه الله 

Rather than concentrating on the artificial problem, think about the root of the problem. The problem isn’t that we are being ruled by foreign occupation; the problem is that we are being ruled by our own desires. 1,050 more words

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Recreation, leisure and entertainment – Shaykh Akram Nadwi حفظه الله


1) It is not ease but effort, not facility but difficulty that make men. 

2) Ease is through hardship. Muslims should be suspicious of any ease, whichdoes not involve an effort. 2,615 more words

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إختلاف - A note on the permissibility of differences in opinion amongst the Shuyukh

Often its understood by most that a saheeh/authentic hadith is the be-all-and-end-all of a ruling. Comments like “I don’t follow the opinion of scholars when it contradicts a saheeh hadith of the prophet” are very common. 431 more words

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Piety through Wealth or Poverty?

What does Islam say about wealth? Is it better to be poor or rich? If someone pays £2,000 a month for rent and another pays £200 a month for rent, who is more pious? 555 more words

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Gender dealings amongst the Salaf

The sahabah were very professional and straight forward between opposite genders. They lived by much simpler, and more natural rules. Now, we are stuck between two unnatural and extreme circumstances: either there are no barriers whatsoever between genders, or the very acknowledgement of the existence of the opposite gender is deemed haram. 534 more words

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